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The Office for Students (OfS) is the independent regulator of higher education in England who aim to ensure that every student has a fulfilling experience that enriches their lives and careers. We are now included in the OfS register of higher education providers under the Approved Fee Cap category. In order to be registered, condition must be met to demonstrate that we are offering high quality education to students.
Our Access and Participation Plan sets out how we intend to improve equality of opportunity at our institution, which is monitored by OfS to make sure we honour the commitments we make. Links can be found below to view our approved plans:
Our Student Protection Plan outlines how we intend to manage and mitigate our own levels of risk and covers all students currently enrolled on, or applying to, a course with us.
The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) checks on standards and improves the quality of UK Higher Education to ensure students received the best provision.
We have undergone a Review for Specific Course Designation which included a monitoring visit on November 2018 by the QAA and the full report is available here. The outcome of the visit was as follows:
“From the evidence provided in the annual return and at the monitoring visit, the review team concludes that Court Theatre Training Company is making commendable progress with continuing to monitor, review and enhance its higher education provision since the November 2017 Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers).”
We have undergone a Higher Education Review (Alternative Providers) (HER) by the QAA and the full report is available here. In summary, the review formed the following judgements of our provision:
The QAA review team identified the following features of good practice:
I joined Court Theatre Training Company because the degree is mostly practical work, but the course has shown how important theory is to help develop a full understanding of the concepts and techniques introduced during classes…
James Wordsworth (Court 21 Student)
Working in a training theatre has been a great experience, allowing me to meet and network with professional actors. London is one of the world’s entertainment capitals and living locally is great…
Miguel Campbell-Lewis (Court 21 Student)
Training in a working theatre is great because I don’t have to work in school like environment and it’s nice sharing the building with just two other year groups. Any show we do is based in the heart of London, which is very important for inviting people, and I can see shows for free…
Georgia Hull (Court 21 Student)